An unusual museum has an unusual display of vehicles available for viewing the next time you’re in Pigeon Forge, TN, which has become a road-trip destination of many people since it’s become a Branson-style touring attraction and the home to Dollywood and other entertainment venues.
Postal services are going through an evolutionary transformation toward incorporating more automation into their delivery service.
The term “urban legend” became widespread in the 1980s after Jan Harold Brunvand, an English professor at the University of Utah, published a series of popular books named "The Vanishing Hitchhiker: American Urban Legends and Their Meaning."
It’s not quite the Boring Company’s flamethrower, but Tesla’s latest trademark idea is generating quite a bit of buzz. The Tesla company recently filed a trademark for the name "Teslaquila."
Flying cars are typically something we see in science fiction films. Most people don’t know that shortly after the Wright brothers built the first flying vehicle in 1903, people were already picturing a future where cars zipped through the air.
Oasis Vehicle Refreshments, the innovator and manufacturer of refrigerated vending systems for public transit vehicles like taxis, rental cars or autonomous vehicles, announced that it has received the first patent on its intelligent vending system technology.
A letter came in the mail. Steve McQueen wanted his car back.
We mean this with utmost respect (because it’s seriously cool), but this Cadillac Brougham limousine turned snowmobile seems like peak Canada.
Perfectly recreating the organic design lines of the world’s fastest production car---the iconic Bugatti Chiron---the LEGO Technic life-size model pushes the boundaries of what LEGO builders imagined was possible to build in LEGO elements.
In Letcher County, KY, right off of KY-15, one of the last cars actor Burt Reynolds ever signed sits in Rob's Garage, a small local auto body shop.
Nowadays, San Francisco and New York City are separated by a seemingly endless maze of roads that traverse the United States in many directions.
Prices for original DB5s used in movies like "Goldfinger" are now high enough to leave one shaken as well as stirred, so Aston Martin is making a series of limited edition, non-street-legal replicas with all the gadgetry Q fitted to the cars in the movies.
In the very early 1970s, the members of a fledgling rock band drove an old van to the gigs that they could get around New England. It was a 1964 International Harvester Metro van with a cartoon figure and their name, “Aerosmith,” painted in color on the side.
Tesla fans and classic video gamers have a new reason to celebrate. Tesla's 9.0 vehicle software update will include a handful of playable Atari games in the system's iconic Easter eggs.